1. Greely: The Rangers bring back 10 athletes from their Class B runner-up team, including defending shot put champion Alyssa Coyne.

2. Scarborough: The Red Storm return more than a half-dozen athletes who are capable of scoring at the state meet. Plus they have history: eight titles from 2005 to 2012.

3. Falmouth: The Yachtsmen finished 10th at the Class A state meet last winter but bring back several underclassmen, including sprinter Emma England.

4. Yarmouth: High jump state record holder and sprinter Emma Egan leads a team that finished sixth in Class B last season.

5. York: The Wildcats finished seventh at the Class B meet, but bring back several scorers from their state team, including sprinter Morgan Smith, jumper Katherine Bullock and the third-place 800-meter relay team.


1. York: Returns three scorers from their Class B state championship team, and some underclassmen who finished just out of scoring at the state meet. They’re looking for their fourth indoor title in five years.

2. Falmouth: The defending Class A state champions return a number of leaders, including 800 runner Josh Simensky and sprinter Nick Sanzari.

3. Scarborough: Finished just three points out of the Class A state title and return a number of top scorers, including hurdler Griffin Madden.

4. Fryeburg: Finished sixth at the Class B state meet last year with 20 of their 33 points coming from senior Xiaoyu Victor Yang, who won the high jump and triple jump.

5. Greely: The Rangers return several scorers from last year’s team that finished seventh at the state meet, including all four legs on their 3,200-meter relay.

— Deirdre Fleming